Author Interviews

12 December 2017

5 Of My Favorite Things By Riley Sager

Here in the United States, The Sound of Music is a holiday tradition. It’s always on television at least once between Thanksgiving Day and Christmas—sometimes several times. Over the years, ...

12 December 2017

11 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Sara Yirrell

This is my first foray into writing a book. It is based on 17 years of commuting to work by rail, and I was encouraged by my friends and family ...

12 December 2017

5 Things Readers Should Know About My Debut Novel By Gary Brockwell

Following the launch Chasing the Sun with Henry, author Gary Brockwell shares the five things readers can learn from his debut novel. No 1: We all need at least one ...
8 December 2017

Are We Alone In The Universe?

By author and conspiracy researcher David Icke Scan the night sky and what do you see? A vast array of lights, planets and stars. Anyone think we’re all alone? The ...

8 December 2017

13 Female Facts Every Woman Should Know

To celebrate the release of the new book 1,423 QI Facts to Bowl You Over, here are 13 female facts you probably never knew.  NASA provided the first American woman in ...

8 December 2017

10 Tips To Help You With Your New Year Digital Detox

Short of living in a cave in the wilderness it’s pretty impossible to escape our digital lives. But follow these steps and you can perhaps find yourself some time in ...

8 December 2017

Exclusive Extract From Winnawarra By Elizabeth M Darcy

The chopper followed a wide river then Doug swung around and deliberately swooped over a massive herd of cattle grazing on the bank. The cows stampeded like a disturbed mound ...

7 December 2017

Creating A Romantic Christmas Tradition By Heidi Swain

I know I don’t need to tell you that Christmas is not only the most wonderful time of the year, but also the busiest and so today I thought we ...

7 December 2017

5 People You Will Meet At Your Work's Christmas Party

It’s nearly that time of year when British tabloids start to publish pictures of debauched office parties spilling out onto the streets of provincial towns, with a stern commentary about ...

7 December 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Mary Wood

As a child, I made my own toys. Growing up in a very large family, money for toys was non-existent, but ingenuity was plentiful. A sturdy branch, dragged from the ...

7 December 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Terri Nixon

I passed my motorbike test in 1989, and was one of the founder members of a Plymouth motorcycle club. We’d spend weekends camping in the rain and playing silly games, ...

7 December 2017

10 Things I’d Like My Readers To Know About Me By Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen

Besides being an international author of four novels and a collection of short stories I’m also a Finnish and literature teacher at upper secondary school, both at national and IB system. ...

6 December 2017

5 Ways The Media Encourages Us To Eat Animal Products

Our culture inundates us with a wide range of fictional messages about consuming animals, which follow us everywhere we go, either physically in the grocery store or in our homes ...

5 December 2017

10 Consequences Of Having Bipolar Disorder

Written by Karen Manton, author of Searching for Brighter Days: Learning to Manage my Bipolar Brain, Trigger Press For some reason bipolar disorder has been somewhat glamorised over the years, ...

5 December 2017

5 Ways To Back Yourself And Become A Leader

What makes a leader? The answer to that question is changing and the traits of great leadership are evolving as our world becomes faster-moving, more connected and more digital.  Today, ...

5 December 2017

5 Audiobooks To Help You Survive Christmas

Audiobooks are a perfect escape to the stresses of the season – whether it’s listening to your favourite book whilst Christmas shopping, travelling to see family on Christmas Eve, or ...
5 December 2017

A Day In The Life Of Author Brian Paul Bach

If I happen to sleep in, my wife Sandy can become a bit... playful. Quoting a classic Monty Python sketch, I hear these immortal words: ‘Brian gets up at nine ...

5 December 2017

5 Ways To Boost Your Energy During The Party Season

by Author & Nutritional Therapist, Jackie Lynch December can be a bit of an endurance test as you try to juggle work, Christmas planning and enough social engagements to ...

4 December 2017

The Silent Sniper: PTSD And The Battlefield

Garry Curtis is a former Royal Marine Commando and one of the UK’s most respected hostile environment consultants, whose clients have included the BBC war correspondent, John Simpson.  Here Curtis, ...

4 December 2017

10 Reasons Why Rock Music And Food Are A Match Made In Heaven

Great recipes are a lot like the best rock bands. They’ve got to be crowd pleasing, with a touch of bravado and can be enhanced with a flash of improvisation. ...

4 December 2017

Britain’s Best Model Villages

Have you ever wanted to be a giant? Britain has a collection of some remarkable miniature towns and model villages at which you can stride down High Streets, tower over ...

4 December 2017

10 Things I’d Like My Readers To Know About Me By Lindsay J. Pryor

Author of the bestselling Blackthorn series and now having signed a three-book print deal with Piatkus Books, Lindsay J. Pryor is celebrating the launch of HAVEN, the first book in ...

4 December 2017

13 Tips For Eating More Vegetables By Caroline Griffiths & Vicki Valsamis

It’s hard to admit, but deep, deep down, we all know we need to eat more vegetables. And not just eating two carrots instead of one – we should be ...

1 December 2017

Getting The Man With The Meal By Joanna Scutts

In 1936, a 47-year-old minister’s daughter turned magazine editor published a witty and subversive self-help book for single women. An unexpected hit, Marjorie Hillis’s Live Alone and Like It taught ...

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